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Keren’s Rape Update:Amnesty Writes Gbajabiamila, Demands Compliance To Resolution On Premier Academy Probe

Keren’s Rape Update:Amnesty Writes Gbajabiamila, Demands Compliance To Resolution On Premier Academy Probe Two hundred and twenty-three (223) days after failing to commence investigative public hearing into the rape and death of 14 year old boarding student of Premiere Academy Lugbe, Abuja, Keren-Happuch Aondodoo Akpagher, Amnesty International has written to …

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Traditional Ruler, Other Stakeholders Loud UNICEF On Girl Education In Niger

Traditional Ruler, Other Stakeholders Loud UNICEF On Girl Education In Niger From Mathew Jwantu, Minna The Emir of Agaie, Dr Yusuf Nuhu, and other relevant stake holders in Niger State have confirmed that UNICEF’s intervention to increase girl-child school enrolment in the state had been successful and commendable. The UNICEF …

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100 Pro-Nigeria CSOs Warn Against Scrapping NYSC

100 Pro-Nigeria CSOs Warn Against Scrapping NYSC Over 100 pro-Nigeria Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) under the auspices of Nigeria First, have warned against scrapping the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme, stating that it will be a disservice to the country. Elanza News reports that there have been suggestions for …

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Again ,ASUU Rollover Strike By Four Weeks

Again, ASUU Rollover Strike By Four Weeks *ask NITDA to release result of latest test on UTAS The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Monday said the union’s National Executive Council (NEC) has empowered the members to continue with the ongoing industrial action by another four weeks. National President …

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Strike: TUC Backs National Protest by NLC, Call For End To Industrial Action

Strike: TUC Backs National Protest by NLC, Call For End To Industrial Action The Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) on Wednesday backed the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) for nationwide protest against the prolong strike by the education based unions. According to a statement signed by the President, Comrade Festus …

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Niger: Steady Decline In Release Of Fund To Educational Sector is Dangerous To Development-UNICEF

Niger: Steady Decline In Release Of Fund To Educational Sector is Dangerous To Development-UNICEF From Mathew Jwantu, Minna The decline in the allocation of funds to education as a proportion of the total state budget in Niger is becoming a thing of concern, the United Nations International Children Emergency Fund …

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Nasarawa Govt Precipitating Another Industrial Crisis, ASUU NSUK Warns

Nasarawa Govt Precipitating Another Industrial Crisis, ASUU NSUK Warns Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK) branch has warned Nasarawa state government that it is precipitating another industrial crisis if it’s local demands are not met. Dr Samuel Allu, Chairman of the union in the university …

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ASUU Strike: Nasarawa NLC Joints Nationwide Protest

ASUU Strike: Nasarawa NLC Joints Nationwide Protest The Nasarawa State Chapter of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) on Tuesday joined the nation-wide protest to put pressure on the Federal Government (FG) to expedite action to end the ongoing strike by Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). Speaking during the procession from …

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ASUU: NLC To Commence 3- day Warning Strike

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ASUU: NLC To Commence 3- day Warning Strike *begin nationwide protest Tuesday The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), has said that the congress may commence a 3 -day warning strike after the nationwide protest beginning from Tuesday, July 26th 2022 over the prolong industrial action by education based unions. Speaking on …

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COVID-19: UNICEF, Nasarawa Govt. Successfully Returned 10, 353 Pupils Back To School

COVID-19: UNICEF, Nasarawa Govt. Successfully Returned 10, 353 Pupils Back To School The United Nations Children’s Education Fund (UNICEF) in collaboration with the Nasarawa State Government had successfully returned 10, 353 out-of-school pupils back to school two Local Government Areas (LGAs) of the state. Mr Ali Musa, Desk Officer of …

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